Developing Leaders #23 is focused on how organizations can develop their people to be successful and work well together; and what the industry that researches and supports that is doing. In this issue two innovation experts from the Center for Creative Leadership, David Horth and Jonathan Vehar, explain how their research shows that innovation almost invariably founders in middle management – the ‘innovation graveyard’ as they call it. They also explain how that can be changed.We cover a fascinating module run at Berkeley which used horses to help executive’s understanding of the impact of their behaviours on their leadership and, with an analysis of GM CEO, Mary Barra’s leadership style, and case studies on programs from BG Group and Boehringer Ingelheim, we hope, as ever, we feed both your curiosity and inform you.
Interview by Roddy Millar
A Conversation with Scott Beardsley, Dean of the Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia
Bob Rosen, CEO, Healthy Companies
Harnessing Kinetic Energy at General Motors
Gerald Hüther, University of Göttingen
How Organizations Can Benefit from the Insights of Brain Research.
Innovating to Create an Impact A Conversation with Dominique Turpin, President IMD
From Innovation Graveyard to Innovation Hotbed David Magellan Horth and Jonathan R. Vehar
A Jeffersonian Approach to the Future A Conversation with Scott Beardsley, Dean of the Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia
Feelgood to Performance Rakesh Sondhi
Horse Leadersahip Rajiv Ball, Nanna Notthoff and Whitney Hischier
Brainwash – Innovation Starts in the Mind Gerald Hüther
LEADERSHIP DATA RESEARCH FOCUS
Exploring Leadership BG Group and Cranfield School of Management
A Human Approach to Retail at Pirch Jim Stuart & Mark Tomaszewicz
Global Exposure IESE’s Program for Boehringer Ingelheim
Exec Ed Up Date
Exec Ed News
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